Personal Perspectives

Pampers & Pinot Grigio: Musings from a new mom

Monday, April 14, 2014

By: Sarah Kershner, It's Your Game Project Coordinator, SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

A little over four months ago, I met someone who completely turned my world upside down. This someone came into the world at 9.5 pounds, screaming and hollering, and showering us with his affection (literally peeing everywhere). This “someone” is my son, McSwaine (Mac) Kershner. After years of dreaming and praying, we finally met our darling little boy and my world hasn’t been the same ever since.
Read More

Tattoos and Teen Pregnancy?

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

By: Dana Becker, Spartanburg Community Mobilization Coordinator, SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

I love analogies. Complicated ideas make more sense to me when broken down into basic, real-life applications or situations I understand, and I find myself assigning symbolic meaning to little day-to-day things. I often use analogies in my work with young people because, just like me, the analogies help them to connect with difficult concepts. That’s where my new tattoo comes in…
Read More

Wear Jeans, Raise Awareness about Teen Pregnancy

Monday, March 31, 2014

By: Kemi Ogunji, Executive/Development Assistant, SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

Raise awareness about National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month with us this May! Every year during Blue Jeans for Teens, we at the SC Campaign wear jeans in the office for $5/day or $20/week to help raise awareness and support for teen pregnancy prevention efforts in South Carolina. We’d love for you and your organization/business/community group to join us this year for 1 day, 1 week, or the entire month of May.
Read More